Mitsubishi unveils its all-new ASX


Considering the ASX is also sold in the United States as the Outlander Sport, what you see here will land in the USA later this year, according to a quick chat with a Mitsubishi spokesperson. The biggest markets are North America, Europe, Australia and China.

A mysterious electric SUV isn't the only vehicle Mitsubishi is bringing to the Geneva Motor Show.

Mitsubishi says that the exterior of the Outlander Sport has gone through a significant overhaul.

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Mitsubishi says that the SUV is designed for the city with versatility and a lightweight, compact body. Both two and four-wheel-drive versions are available. 2020 models get the RISE impact safety body and Forward Collision Mitigation braking system. The SUV also gets the Dynamic shield front design concept with a bumper created to express strength and toughness. New LED headlights reinforce the look, moving the turn signals and fog lamps to the ends of the bumper.

The ASX uses LED rear combination lamps (except turn signals) in a sharp-looking design that stretches across the width of the auto and accentuates the wide stance. There are also new colours called Sunshine Orange, Red Diamond and Oak Brown.

The Smartphone-link Display Audio (SDA) has been improved, and now offers more advanced connectability. Designers have also made a few adjustments to the interior, centering around a slightly larger eight-inch infotainment display. Not only does it feature a larger screen, it also receives TomTom sat-nav with real-time traffic information, and will eventually come with an app system that conveys information about the vehicle to your smartphone. Videos stored on USB memory sticks can also now be viewed on the SDA screen.